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At a time when it’s become a cliché to say that Occupy Wall Street has changed the nation’s political conversation—drawing long overdue attention to the struggles of the 99 percent—electoral politics and the 2012 presidential election have become almost exclusively defined by the 1 percent. Or, to be more precise, the .000063 percent. Those are the 196 individual donors who have provided nearly 80 percent of the money raised by Super PACs in 2011 by giving $100,000 or more each.

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One year ago tomorrow, CEO Reed Hastings took the first of a series of missteps that angered customers and nearly derailed his company. Current and former employees disclose what went wrong. Read this blog post by Greg Sandoval on Internet & Media.

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Excellent summary of the two STS narratives: technology as utopian democratic ideals and technology as crippling information overload.

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Formerly, all you needed to criticize American foreign policy and corporate policy effectively was a good ear for bullshit. Because government and business propagandists were basically amateurs, their critics could be amateurs. But the new techniques of social control called into being a whole new cohort of intellectuals - one might call them anti-public intellectuals: intellectuals in the service of power rather than in the service of the public.

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Shaw, Thomas Edward. Fifty Common Trees of Indiana. [Indianapolis?: Indiana Dept. of Conservation. Div. of Forestry?], 1956.

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Dear Baby Boomers and Generation X,
Quit telling us we’re not special.

Believe us, we bloody well know.

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